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post #571 of 682
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Originally Posted by StargateRecords View Post

I just recently purchased a pair of 1969 Boot Fit Jeans (deep indigo rinse) from Gap and to my surprise they are a much better fit than my Levi 501 marlon's and much softer too !

 


Update, after a few washes the color hasn't faded at all and they still fit really well, good purchase.

 


Edited by StargateRecords - 8/26/11 at 2:02pm
post #572 of 682

about to kop some n&fs soon, apcs getting worn out

post #573 of 682

Anyone have ideas on what jeans i should buy? I dont like Levi, a little too big on me and their sizes arn't true, Lucky jeans my mom says look sloppy on me, and im loosing alot of weight and im a 34 now, and i bought a pair of 34 shorts that fit very nicly around my thighs and id like a pair of jeans like that with nice color and maybe a good reputable brand!

post #574 of 682

I tried over 20 to 30 jeans before settling on Levi's 501 Capital E.  The feeling was a bit weird but its soft denim make the transition from loose to straight leg a lot comfortable.  

post #575 of 682

Levis fan ever since I was a kid, still loving their fit and styles. Still want to get my hands on a pair of LVC levis vintage....L3000.gif

post #576 of 682
I'm not usually into denim but when I find True Religon's on sale the fit me great.
post #577 of 682

Got a pair of Silver Gordie's and some Hudson jeans. Had a pair of Joes but they were very similar to that stretchy jean commercial.

 

post #578 of 682

Got a new pair of True Religion bootcut  "Billys" a month ago and they sure are comfortable. But man, if this isn't metrosexual I don't know what is.

post #579 of 682

It's Momotaro 0201 this time.  This pair is a straight leg in 15.7 oz of cotton.  I was surprised how quickly it softened up just after a few minutes of wearing.  It was probably due to the hot and humid weather.  biggrin.gif

post #580 of 682
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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

It's Momotaro 0201 this time.  This pair is a straight leg in 15.7 oz of cotton.  I was surprised how quickly it softened up just after a few minutes of wearing.  It was probably due to the hot and humid weather.  biggrin.gif


I hate this, i like a good pair of "hard" jeans. Not soft fabric jean's...

 

post #581 of 682

I had a pair of Evisu that stayed hard even after 25 washes.  It was like wearing a cardboard.  blink.gif

post #582 of 682
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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

I had a pair of Evisu that stayed hard even after 25 washes.  It was like wearing a cardboard.  blink.gif


Wow, those arn't cheap... where did you get them?

 

post #583 of 682

I think I got that pair from ebay.  It wasn't made in Japan though.  

post #584 of 682

Pure Blue Japan XX-003 has straighter leg than Momotaro 0201.  Both are in indigo but Momotaro has a tint of purple.  smile.gif


Edited by Audio-Omega - 10/11/11 at 5:02am
post #585 of 682

i already admitted i wear wranglers. i am mostly a farmer. what i find strange is their mode of failure on me though. they always wear through in the crotch. other people that wear them do not report this failure. any ideas why? please refrain from rude jokes as it is inappropriate for this forum. thanks. i am open to trying levi's. which ones fit real loose?

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